Match Review: British Club vs TGA Rangers FC

03-Mar-2018 17:00

Cup Quarter // Turf City 2
British Club
0 - 2
TGA Rangers FC
Referee - Robert Hunt // Assistans - N/A & N/A
British Club





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  • Stephen McLaughlin
  • Benny Campbell
Man Of the Match
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  • Jordan Laing
Man Of the Match (opponent)
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TGA Rangers FC


Rangers contribute to Brexit......

Hello All, Brexit is something we view from a far. Those of us pretending to be minted but not really - "Yeah, I'll need to get those savings transferred out of UK to SG asap". As weeks go by and no money moves, Brexit comes and goes and we still wake up to face the Monday blues. This report is the best thing about my Monday. I think that is a good thing...... Anyways, Rangers turned up with a good squad of 15 for Saturday and under no illusions about Brit Club. They certainly would hold their own in the Cosmo and we knew we had to perform if we were to book our place in the Semi-Finals. There is no question there were some tough decisions to be made, despite both Fraser & Nathan being out. However, the guys who stepped in more than contributed and it has given us something to think about come next weeks game against Gaelics. We started the game well. With Boland coming in at central defence, his constant talking is a strong value add in itself. He had the boys around him being clear and those in front too felt comfortable knowing what was on as/when they were on the ball. It allowed the team to focus with Jordan having an MoM performance and Stevie sitting holding to give the likes of Sharples, Sonny & Beats the platform to go make chances and convert..... Chances.... we made plenty. Converting them - well, let's just hope we are hoping we get a bit of the Luck of the Irish next week and we put those away. Brit Club had pace in attack, the young lad Angus forever a threat and looking to be a player. One to watch. The experience in their team always shows through and I think the benefit we got was that of no rolling subs that allowed us to see the game out comfortably after we got the second. Goals from Stevie and Benny C. Not regulars but certainly helped the team out on Saturday and we take that and move on. First clean sheet in a long time, so that itself is a positive start. It was a strong aspect of seasons gone by, but lets see...... Hopefully the wheels will be more on track as we go into the finale of the season in both league and cup. We know the league is gone, but we also know with our best squad, we have the ability to to give all those around us a very good game. Thanks to Brit Club for a fair game and good luck lads with the rest of your season. Onwards to the Irish...... let's see what the craic is come next week. Cheers, Stevie